Jesse Cochran
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Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries
N Queiroz, NE Humphries, A Couto, M Vedor, I Da Costa, AMM Sequeira, ...
Nature 572 (7770), 461-466, 2019
Global status and conservation potential of reef sharks
MA MacNeil, DD Chapman, M Heupel, CA Simpfendorfer, M Heithaus, ...
Nature 583 (7818), 801-806, 2020
The status of coral reef ecology research in the Red Sea
ML Berumen, AS Hoey, WH Bass, J Bouwmeester, D Catania, ...
Coral Reefs 32, 737-748, 2013
Whale sharks target dense prey patches of sergestid shrimp off Tanzania
CA Rohner, AJ Armstrong, SJ Pierce, CEM Prebble, EF Cagua, ...
Journal of plankton research 37 (2), 352-362, 2015
Acoustic telemetry reveals cryptic residency of whale sharks
EF Cagua, JEM Cochran, CA Rohner, CEM Prebble, TH Sinclair-Taylor, ...
Biology Letters 11 (4), 20150092, 2015
Movement patterns of juvenile whale sharks tagged at an aggregation site in the Red Sea
ML Berumen, CD Braun, JEM Cochran, GB Skomal, SR Thorrold
PLoS One 9 (7), e103536, 2014
Population structure of a whale shark Rhincodon typus aggregation in the Red Sea
JEM Cochran, RS Hardenstine, CD Braun, GB Skomal, SR Thorrold, K Xu, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 89 (3), 1570-1582, 2016
Multi-method assessment of whale shark (Rhincodon typus) residency, distribution, and dispersal behavior at an aggregation site in the Red Sea
JEM Cochran, CD Braun, EF Cagua, MF Campbell Jr, RS Hardenstine, ...
PLoS One 14 (9), e0222285, 2019
Global collision-risk hotspots of marine traffic and the world’s largest fish, the whale shark
FC Womersley, NE Humphries, N Queiroz, M Vedor, I da Costa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (20), e2117440119, 2022
The abundance of herbivorous fish on an inshore Red Sea reef following a mass coral bleaching event
MT Khalil, JEM Cochran, ML Berumen
Environmental Biology of Fishes 96, 1065-1072, 2013
No place like home? High residency and predictable seasonal movement of whale sharks off Tanzania
CA Rohner, JEM Cochran, EF Cagua, CEM Prebble, SK Venables, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 423, 2020
Widespread diversity deficits of coral reef sharks and rays
CA Simpfendorfer, MR Heithaus, MR Heupel, MA MacNeil, M Meekan, ...
Science 380 (6650), 1155-1160, 2023
Reply to: Caution over the use of ecological big data for conservation
N Queiroz, NE Humphries, A Couto, M Vedor, I Da Costa, AMM Sequeira, ...
Nature 595 (7866), E20-E28, 2021
Using species connectivity to achieve coordinated large-scale marine conservation efforts in the Red Sea
L Gajdzik, AL Green, JEM Cochran, RS Hardenstine, LK Tanabe, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 166, 112244, 2021
First record of the pigeye shark, Carcharhinus amboinensis (Müller & Henle, 1839)(Carcharhiniformes: Carcharhinidae), in the Red Sea
JLY Spaet, JEM Cochran, ML Berumen
Zoology in the Middle East 52 (1), 118-121, 2011
Reply to: Shark mortality cannot be assessed by fishery overlap alone
N Queiroz, NE Humphries, A Couto, M Vedor, I Da Costa, AMM Sequeira, ...
Nature 595 (7866), E8-E16, 2021
Crowdsourced data reveal multinational connectivity, population demographics, and possible nursery ground of endangered oceanic manta rays in the Red Sea
AM Knochel, JEM Cochran, A Kattan, GMW Stevens, E Bojanowksi, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 32 (11), 1774-1786, 2022
Home sweet home: spatiotemporal distribution and site fidelity of the reef manta ray (Mobula alfredi) in Dungonab Bay, Sudan
AM Knochel, NE Hussey, ST Kessel, CD Braun, JEM Cochran, G Hill, ...
Movement ecology 10 (1), 22, 2022
The need for long-term population monitoring of the world’s largest fish
CA Rohner, SK Venables, JEM Cochran, CEM Prebble, BL Kuguru, ...
Endangered Species Research 47, 231-248, 2022
Acoustic backscatter at a Red Sea whale shark aggregation site
A Hozumi, S Kaartvedt, A Rĝstad, ML Berumen, JEM Cochran, BH Jones
Regional Studies in Marine Science 20, 23-33, 2018
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